The Director of RAM (Real and Meaningful) Life Program directs all aspects of the RAM Life program focused on developing student-athletes and preparing student-athletes for success after their athletic careers are complete. This position has fundraising possibilities focused on donor relations with the corporate community and sport programs’ booster clubs. The director is also charged with engaging former student-athletes and letter winners, and cultivating these constituents as donors and network resources. Other duties include fostering community relationships through community service.
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CSU is an EO/EA/AA employer and conducts background checks on all final candidates.
Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in Business, Marketing, Management, HPER, HES, Sports Management, Recreation, Education, Economics, Liberal Arts, Communications, Sociology or any other field related to responsibilities and duties
Previous experience with intercollegiate athletics required
Must have a valid driver’s license or the ability to obtain a driver’s license or access to a licensed driver by the employment start date
The Colorado State University Department of Athletics sponsors 16 men’s and women’s intercollegiate sports and competes as a member of the NCAA Division I-FBS and the Mountain West Conference. The University is located in Fort Collins, Colorado, 65 miles north of Denver. More information on the University and its intercollegiate athletics program can be found at www.csurams.com and www.colostate.edu.
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